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No you don’t get paid you just get disciplined

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5 and a half

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They provide it for you and pay for commute.

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I have seen women on fill shifts working for 7 hours without a break, the only break you will get will be an unpaid one, on an eleven and a half hour fill shift I would if lucky get 30 minutes unpaid

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Yes it is a shift called first aisle you face up the first aisle of the shop along with having a walkie talkie to hear about shop lifters and troublemakers near the shop. You stay on the aisle to warn management of dodgy people and to make sure shoplifters don’t lesve through the entrance door

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Someone that management can control, that won't talk back to them or stand up for themselves.

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Staff get tops and jacket you buy rest

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Meet and greet, a couple of mainstream questions (those that everyone asks, experience, when did you go above and beyoned, etc), good byeorgot the job. Nothing exciting, a little bit of lying, you're told at the interview that YOU MIGHT BE ASKED to stay a bit longer than the four hours. You're not asked. You're rather not allowed to leave after the four hours at the fill shift.

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You can hand in a cv to the store, that's how I got a job. I was called up a few weeks later and given an interview then was phoned the next day with a job opportunity. After that I was inducted then started working

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